Endocrinology is defined as disorders of the hypothalamus, pituitary, thyroid, adrenals, and gonads.
The Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes & Clinical Nutrition is actively involved in the education, research, and clinical care of General Endocrinology, including: diabetes and metabolism, lipids and clinical nutrition, and bone and mineral disorders. The Division supports a variety of activities with specialty clinics for clinical nutrition, lipid disorders, diabetes, bone and mineral abnormalities, and general endocrinology.
Harold Schnitzer Diabetes Health Center
The Harold Schnitzer Diabetes Health Center is dedicated to the care and
support of individuals and their families living with diabetes.
They offer comprehensive diabetes care for both children and adults at a single
location. Their teams' expertise and support help patients manage their
lifelong relationship with diabetes.
The OHSU Endocrinology Clinic offers treatment for patients with hormonal problems related to the thyroid,
pituitary, parathyroid, adrenal, pancreas, ovaries and testes, and
bones, such as diabetes mellitus, hypothyroidism, pituitary tumors,
osteoporosis, adrenal insufficiency, and glandular tumors.
Fellowship ProgramThe OHSU Endocrinology Fellowship Program prepares individuals for rewarding careers in endocrinology and metabolism. Graduates of this program will be trained and fully equipped to function as clinical endocrinologists, clinical educators, or clinician scientists, depending on their individual career goals.
Division FacultyThe Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Clinical Nutrition faculty are involved in a broad range of clinical care, education and research activities.
Bone and Mineral Unit
The Bone and Mineral Unit provides expert consultation and care for patients with skeletal disorders and problems of mineral metabolism. We are further dedicated to expanding the understanding of the causes and treatments of bone and mineral disorders, particularly Osteoporosis.